Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Joshua Naylor

Male 1756 - 1835  (~ 78 years)


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  • Name Joshua Naylor 
    Born Dec 1756  Prince George's County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 24 Jun 1835  Montgomery County, North Carolina Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I051972  Tree1
    Last Modified 18 Dec 2018 

    Father Joshua Naylor,   b. 1734, Charles County, Maryland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Oct 1816, Prince George's County, Maryland - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Family ID F11419  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family ID F12926  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family ID F24215  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • son of a 1st wife

      === Marylanders to Carolina-Henry C. Peden, Jr.

      NAILOR (NAYLOR), JOSHUA. Joshua Nailor (or Naylor) was born in
      1751, according to his tombstone and Revolutionary War pension
      application (S41914). On July 4, 1820, however, he stated he was
      age 64; thus, born in 1756. He entered the war in 1775 as a
      Private under Capt. Scott in the First Maryland Regiment. He
      County. He enlisted again in August, 1777, in the Fourth Maryland
      Regiment as a Corporal, and was discharged on May 20, 1780. He
      married Morning (or Mourning) Stoggins on June 11, 1782, in
      Montgomery County, North Carolina, and they had 7 children:
      George Nailor, Wade Hampton Nailor, Joshua Nailor, Jemima Nailor,
      and Adelphia Nailor (plus two others not named). The names and
      ages of his children living in 1822 were: Wade Hampton Nailor,
      aged 15; Nancy Nailor, aged 12 or 13; Jemimah Nailor, aged 11;
      Joshua Nailor, aged 9; and, George Nailor, aged 5. Joshua died on
      June 24, 1835, and was buried in Lane's Chapel Cemetery in
      Montgomery County, North Carolina. His widow applied for a
      pension on January 7, 1861, aged 96, in Stanly County, North
      Carolina (Ref: VDW-2468, and DAR Magazine, Vol. 63, No. 2, page
      103 (1929), and Vol. 67, No. 4, page 516 (1933).

      ===
      Prince George's County MD Will Book Liber TT; 1808-1812;
      Folio 15 GEORGE NAYLOR, planter 08/13/1806 07/24/1809
      "being of sound and perfect health of body ..."
      Bequeaths to:
      1, Isaac Naylor --son
      James Naylor --son
      -to have. Negro boy 'Henry"
      2. Rebecca (Naylor ?) --daughter
      -to have Negro woman "Sarah" and should Rebecca die w/out heirs, then Negro woman to be sold and the money divided between sons lsaac and James
      3. Martha (Naylor ?) ódaughter
      -to have Negro girl "Henrietta"
      4. Ann (Naylor ?) --daughter
      Mary (Naylor?) --daughter
      -to have all of the testator's horses, black cattle, sheep and hogs
      5. Joshua Naylor --grandson
      -to have a feather bed and furn., that is now at Thomas Gardner's.
      6. George Naylor --son
      -to have all the testators wearing apparel
      7. "John' --Negro
      -to have his freedom after testator's death
      Witnesses: Joshua Naylor
      Benjamin Naylor
      Samuel T. Wilson
      Then came: Joshua Naylor and Benjajmin Naylor
      Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand
      ===
      Martha Baden & Joshua Naylor 12-2-1799
      ===
      PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND WILLS; Liber TT; 1813-1817; Folio 190
      JOSHUA NAYLOR: 02/20/1814 - 10/08/1816
      "being in health ..."
      Bequeaths to:
      1. James Naylor --son
      Joshua Naylor --son
      -to have the testator's lands to be divided beginning at the 3rd bounder of
      a tract of land called "Poplar Hill" alias "Cole Brook" and thence ...of that
      part of "Woodborough" sold to the testator's father by Benjamin Wailes
      and thence...across to the bank of county swamp thence south to the mouth
      of Coolspring Branch thence up the said brand .. to a large marked beech
      standing in a small branch then south to the land sold by the testator to
      Caleb Thomas -..and all the land lying to the west side of the said line to
      James and all the land to the east to Joshua
      -James to have Negroes "Walter" "Minty" and "Betty"--he paying testator's
      son Benjamin the sum of $50.00
      -Joshua to have the remainder of the estate on the condition he pay the testator's
      debts and expenses and the sum of $60.00 to testator's son Benjamin
      -Joshua named executor of the will
      2. Benjamin Naylor --son
      -to have Negroes "Sarah" "Mary" "Henrietta"
      -to have the sum of $1 00
      3. Ann Naylor --daughter
      -to have Negroes "Monicai" and "Caroline"
      4. Children of daughter Susanna
      -to have the sum of $250.00 to be divided equally between them
      Witnesses: Samuel F. Wilson
      George Naylor (mark)
      Josiah W. Watson
      Then came: Josiah Watson and Samuel Wilson
      Note: the testator signed the will in his own hand